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Bibliodiversity: Creating content or invigorating culture?

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Bibliodiversity is a complex self-sustaining system of storytelling, writing, publishing, and other kinds of production of orature and literature. Writers and producers are comparable to the inhabitants of an ecosystem. Bibliodiversity contributes to a thriving life of culture and a healthy ecosocial system.Global capitalism is destroying the planet and making it increasingly difficult to think differently. When the social habitat is overrun by monocultures of the mind, there is a loss of dynamic balance. Those who do have something new or different to say will be ignored, marginalized, or silenced.

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2018-06-18

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